Come join us for Culinary Adventures at the Hackett House
For those of you who love to cook, Hackett House has a Culinary Adventure awaiting you. Enjoy observing and learning from local and professional chefs, who prepare a three-course meal served to you. It is the perfect opportunity to get answers to any of those cooking questions you’ve wondered about, while enjoying time with fellow foodies!
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Introducing Howard Steven to the Hackett House Patio. Howard is a graduate of the Culinary Institute of America, a culinary school located in New York state. Since the age of 14, Howard has worked in restaurants and hotels. He spent his early career traveling and working in various restaurants and hotels that caught his eye including five-star hotel The Greenbrier in West Virginia, and several locations in Park City and Deer Valley, Utah. Although not a working chef at the…Find out more »
Introducing: Lianne Falk: My love affair with all-things-culinary started off at the tender age of 8. I felt like peanut brittle....so I dragged a step-stool into the kitchen....and started making it! At age 12 I qualified for a full fledged Bakery Course, and was able to keep abreast with the adult students with aplomb. Having lived and worked in 9 Countries (spread over 4 Continents: Asia, Africa, Europe and N America) helped me imbibe cultures and cuisines of a varied…Find out more »
A Taste of the Mediterranean - Learn to Make Baklava 35 years ago Kim Rosner began her instruction in the art of working with Phyllo dough and creating mouth watering Baklava. Under the tutelage of her mother-in-law, a woman of Eastern European Heritage, Kim has embraced the culinary arts. While a lawyer by education, Kim prefers to create in the kitchen and has taught an Eastern Mediterranean Cooking Class on the Hackett House patio as well as prepared an Irish…Find out more »
The owners of El Chullo Restaurant, Esperanza Luzcando and her husband Jose Ramirez along with their children will greet us on the Hackett House Patio and feature food from the South American country of Peru - a country high in the Andes mountains. El Chullo opened in 2015 and is a central Phoenix staple for traditional Peruvian dishes like lomo saltado and arroz con pollo. The restaurant has become so popular they have outgrown their present space at 2605 N. Seventh…Find out more »
Feeling adventurous? Try a recipe from our archive:
- Carnitas Tacos from Garcia’s Restaurant.
- Chocolate Pudding Cake from Chef Justin Olsen of Bink’s Midtown.
- Formaggio Sauce from Chef Mario Vincintorio of VincinTorio’s Restaurant.
- Kale and Shaved Pear Salad from Chef Lee Hillson of the Phoenician Resort.
- Pasta Carbonara from Chef Lee Hillson of the Phoenician Resort.
- Quinoa Arugula Salad from Culinary Hobbyist Kathy Andrews.
- Sauerkraut Braised Pork Shoulder from Chef Justin Olsen of Bink’s Midtown
- Seco de Portobello from Vegan Chef Kim Lahn.